How can we put a face on an Indigenous woman who’s gone missing or been murdered, and how do we restore a sense of her identity? Who is she? Where did she come from? Why was she killed?
Posts Tagged “We Were Children”
Enjoy a collection of films that members of our NFB Educator Network love to use in their classroom and why they're great for your class!
Enjoy the 10 most-watched NFB CAMPUS films of 2019! They also include any resource guides, mini-lessons, and blog posts we made along the way!
This Boxing Day, enjoy 25% off the digital download of our most popular docs from the past year! Sale ends DECEMBER 28th at 11:59pm EST!
At 148 years, Canada has an incredibly rich and fascinating history, and unsurprisingly, you can learn about the highlights of Canadian history in the NFB archives. In honour of Canada Day, take a little journey back in time and learn about the history of Canada, as seen through 10 NFB films.
Pop the champagne! We've gotten 23 nominations at the Canadian Screen Awards. Watch some of our nominated films here.
Discover powerful comments left by Residential School survivors and other viewers after watching our 2012 film, We Were Children.
The NFB Film Club is gearing up for another season of rich and varied programming. In spring 2013, the NFB – in partnership with libraries across the country – is...
The following is a guest post from Lisa Meeches, executive producer of We Were Children. The film had its world premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) in October...